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A healthier solution for all of your marshmallow-y cravings
1. In a medium sauce pan, combine cold water and gelatin, mix until the gelatin is dissolved. Add agave syrup, salt and vanilla. Mix well, then heat to almost a boil.
2. Pour the mixture into a bowl or stand mixer and whip on high for 15 minutes. It should be very stiff at this point. While it’s whipping, get a 9 x 13 (use an 8 x 8 for thicker marshmallows) pan ready with a light dusting of organic corn starch. (Use organic corn starch so you aren’t consuming GMO corn). If you want to make your own marshmallow fluff, just don’t beat it as long (beat it until it reaches your desired thickness) and pour it into a jar instead of a pan when done.
3. Pour it into the dusted pan and level with a spoon. Let cool completely and cut with a wet knife.
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